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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today," dedicated to protecting yourself, your home, your image, and your hard-earned cash with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, don't miss with us. we have handcuffs! it's booze day, tuesday. it's june 18th. we have something i think kind of special in store for you today. we'll find out, along with the rest of you. we'll show you how to be safe in your life. >> we've been hearing a lot about people whose identities get stolen and there are things that you can do to help prevent that. i wonder every time i'm online shopping, i have to say. i buy dresses online and things --
>> you do everything there. >> yes. i actually even bought online on amazon.com a cone -- you know one of those cones like the traffic cones? >> why? >> because blame likes to use those. >> likes to use those to what? to potty on? >> yes. >> he's only 6 months old and he already has a fetish? >> no, he likes it. so i put it on the balcony. the cone. he doesn't use it. i'm like i bought it on amazon. >> that cone will probably really come in handy for other days as well, hoda. >> we'll talk about how to protect yourself. your reputation. if someone starts slamming you online and making a fool out of you, what are you supposed to do? >> i don't know. that's why i avoid it like the plague, though i, by mistake, googled for the first time, ever, the other day. it so surprised me. then i had another sobering thought -- which is rare for me. now the nsa knows where i am!
i was the only person left in america that they couldn't find! and now they can. >> was googling a rush? >> i was stunned how easy it was. then i was stunned what a wonderful tool it was. but i haven't done it since. but i haven't done it since. >> if you were home last night, "the voice" is on. now it is getting down to -- you guys, last night the final three performed. okay? the winner is going to obviously be from this group. two are from team blake, one is team usher. >> adam and shakira -- >> are just cheerleading. >> they are probably like so angry. >> first the swon brothers from team blake. ♪ even though we ain't got money i'm so in love with you honey ♪ ♪ everything will bring a chain of love ♪ ♪ and in the morning when i rise you bring a tear of joy to my eyes ♪
♪ and tell me everything is gonna be all right ♪ >> okay. a great advantage when you sing a song like that that everybody knows and everybody loves. the trouble is -- when you're in that singing competition, everybody starts singing the song and i can't hear it. >> but can i say something? that song -- even though it is an old song, it seems like kids would want to download it again. >> it is a great, great, great classic kenny loggins song. >> michelle chamuel from team usher. >> any time. ♪ turning inside out ♪ turning inside out ♪ tell me why ♪
♪ these are the words i never said ♪ ♪ this is the path i'll never take ♪ >> she's got a very interesting voice. >> she's unique. >> i don't know if she has mass appeal. that's yet to be seen. but she's talented. >> one who definitely has mass appeal, this last young lady, danielle bradbury from team blake. ♪ but how do you wait for heaven ♪ ♪ and who has that much time ♪ and how do you keep your feet on the ground when you know ♪ ♪ that you born ♪ yeah you were born ♪ you were born to fly >> wow. >> she's only 16 years old. she's really, really talented.
has a huge career ahead of her. >> let's write down our picks for who is going to win. >> okay. somebody was grousing about the fact that -- do only country people vote on this thing? you know? >> no. >> well, i know. >> well, it is blake shelton's birthday today. >> happy birthday, blake. >> not that i'm stalking or looking online. but he think he's 37. 36? 37. by the way, something else got a lot of buzz last night. there was a duet that blake sang with danielle, girl on his team, and there was a lot of buzz about it. so let's just watch and see if you can figure out what was buzz was about. ♪ you're so pretty you look so sweet ♪ ♪ your love's sweeping me off of my feet ♪ ♪ you're the only one i'm dreaming of ♪ ♪ i can't believe that i'm falling in love ♪
who knows how it all starts ♪ i woke up with you in my heart ♪ ♪ timber i'm falling in love ♪ timber i'm falling in love >> timber, i'm falling in love. >> how old is blake exactly today? >> 37. >> because it is his birthday. let's do the math. >> if he's within what frank and i are 23 years, he's okay. he's all right. it's fine! although she's not of age yet. everybody's talking about how little weird it was. what, they're singing a country song. it's totally fine. unless something weird comes out of it. >> we're going to hold up our winners. >> i'm going with the swon brothers. >> they're great. i really like them. i'm just going to go with danielle. either one. either way, blake wins. >> and that means we win. all right. >> "the voice" finale is tonight
at 9:00, 8:00 central on nbc. >> there is some special performances in case people were wondering, also. christina aguilera is going to be there. >> and bruno mars. and cher! we are going to see one of the -- i guess it is the first live performance. >> since she retired. >> which time? >> the third time. >> i love cher. >> one person isn't watching for the winner, they're not watching for bruno mars or christine aguilera. they're only watching for cher, and those people's initials are joann lamarca. >> you promised to give us a surprise. we tried to get joann to go out to l.a. for the final and be there with cher. [ laughter ] >> look at the picture of joann. >> joanne is the biggest cher fan ever, ever, ever, ever. she wasn't -- she's not doing that but she has promised tomorrow to come in her full cher regalia -- yes, you promised it. >> she said she was going to watch the show in it. >> no. she said she'd show up
tomorrow -- take one for the team. okay? because there used to be a shop in l.a. called -- what was it called, honey? >> it was called a star is worn. >> a star is worn. at time she was dating a really rich guy who went and bought her a ton of cher stuff. hey, you know what? if can you fit into cher's stuff all these years later, honey, i'd be wearing it every day. >> i didn't say i could fit into it. >> we'll be the judge of that tomorrow. so tune in to see joanne lamarca who shall remain nameless in full cher regalia. we showed you yesterday miss utah, third runner-up in the miss usa pageant. and she had some difficulty with an answer. she went in the hoda zone. you're in the middle of speaking and you're lost. and it's your own voice you're hearing and you're like, what am i saying? >> but you know you look great at the time. >> just move your hair around. we're going to have the answer
that she didn't -- in case you missed it, which i'm sure you didn't. then we'll have how she redeemed herself "today" on the "today" show. >> we want to know if you think she redeemed herself. >> a recent report shows that in 40% of american families with children, women are the primary earners, yet they continue to earn less than men. what does this say about society? >> i think we can relate this back to education and how we are continuing to try to strive to figure out how to create jobs right now. that is the biggest problem and i think especially the men are seen as the leaders of this and so we need to try to figure out how to create education better so that we can solve this problem. thank you. >> thank you, utah. thank you, sweetheart. >> here was the question. a recent report shows that in 40% of american families with children, women are the primary
earners, yet they continue to earn less than men. what does this say about society? >> so this is not okay. it needs to be equal pay for equal work and it's hard enough already to earn a living and it shouldn't be harder just because you're a woman. >> that was it. very well done. >> thank you. >> she was siting there obviously with the winner of the miss usa pageant, miss connecticut, who has had a little of her thunder taken away. >> that's a bummer! >> hello! i won it! remember -- hey, first time of -- first time ever from connecticut. i know it is a little state, but hey! >> this is like her third pageant. she finally won. we're talking about the other one. >> let us know if you think she redeemed herself. what a gorgeous girl she is. >> they're both beautiful. >> i have seen it happen to hoda on many occasions. >> oh, the zone out? >> it is the hoda zone. well, sometimes it happens when you're talking but it happens sometimes when i'm talking.
which is even scarier. >> that's what i mean, when you're talking and you then zone out. you zone out all the time with me. but when you zone out on yourself, it might be because you're not getting enough sleep. >> oh, well, yeah, it could be. it could be. there is yet another study -- >> we don't have time. we have to go. it is time to go. we're going to tell you how you can take care of your possessions, your identity. this is aqua net. >> you think it's aqua net. >> you can stash your keys in here when you're in a hotel. >> now we've showed every thief there's something in your aqua net. >> we have all kinds of tips for you. if you googled your own name, do you know what word would come up? >> that's why i don't google my own name. >> what you might know may actually help you protect your reputation. >> it says repu-ation. and that's the word you should use if it's on there. >> what? what are you talking about? >> how to protect your
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get nutrition they need. buy one a day women's, make a difference. we're kicking off our special hour called "protect yourself today," and how to keep your repu-ation intact. so whether you've been the volcano of a rumor or have spread one about somebody else, the after effects can live on forever special on the internet. >> absolutely. founder of zukerberg media and editor in chief of dot complicated. and valerie burton, author of "successful women think differently." >> we start off by saying googling your own name will tell you a lot about what's out there. >> better eat your cheerios beforehand. >> if you see something weird, what are you supposed to do anyway?
>> i think parents these days, one of their worst nightmares like when their 2-year-old kids are old enough to google their name what they're going to see. i think it's a good idea to google yourself. it feels a little vain but it is the first thing a boss or a potential first date is going to do. they're going to turn to internet and it is good to know it is out there. >> forgive my ignorance. is every single human being born being googled? >> it depends on your name. if you have a common name -- but if it is hoda, for example, it is going to be really easy. >> i bet you don't even need a last name for hoda. >> what if there is a picture that was compromised and you were at a peartd somewhere and it pops up as a google image and all you want to do is get that thing removed? is it possible, or do you have to live with that thing up there? >> there are a lot of firms out there, like reputation.com, others, that for a large fee can help you bring things up or down -- >> how large a fee are we talking? >> gosh, i don't know. >> so it is pricey. >> it is pricey. in some cases of crisis management it is worth the fee.
but there are a lot of things that you can do. you can just start blogging a little more. you can put more links in your twitter account, things like that that can start to push any naughty photos a little further down. >> same thing with wikipedia. which i understand if you go on wikipedia, anybody can say anything they want. anyone can edit. >> you have to constantly monitor that. which is really important. the world we live in today, we're all a brand and at work you are a brand. your reputation is your brand. what does your reputation say about you is a really important question and then in the end when it comes to looking for a job or getting job offers, your reputation can make a big difference between getting the big job offer or not getting it at all. >> sounds like you have to be careful at a party. sometimes you get lathered up in all the fun. you look at a picture and say, my god, i can't believe i was there. then all of a sudden it is everywhere. you have to be careful before. >> that's important. your reputation isn't just what you post, it is what your friends post about you, too. >> how many times have you told
-- how many times have i told you that? no, i know. if you're a well known person and people just come and take pictures with you, that person later -- you see a serial killer and he's going off to -- i was just standing there and he said can i have a picture. you are guilty by association is my point. >> absolutely. you talked before about people who have the same name as you in google. there's something called digital doppelganger now where you have to look at who are the people online that you share a name with. if someone's really seedy, you might consider using a nickname or throwing a middle initial in there. >> all right, ladies. thank you for all of that. >> don't google yourself. don't do it. >> i won't. before you take off for vacation, how to stop thieves from taking off with your identity. if you are planning on going hiking with your kids, sara shows you how to protect your family. right after this. hooks ♪ [ male announcer ] to help save wildlife affected by oil spills, rescue workers have opened up a lot of dawn. ♪ they rely on it because it's tough on grease
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♪ it's that time when sara breaks out of the city. this week we told her to get lost! which she did. she is actually home sick today. >> we hope you are feeling better, sara. but when she was well she went out in the wilderness to learn you how to survive in the great outdoors. it can happen to anybody. whether your car gets stuck on the side of the road or you find yourself off the trail in a family hike. >> sara enrolled in the mountain scout survival school in upstate new york so we could all learn a few lessons. >> reporter: on the discovery channel show "man versus wild," adventurers put their survival skills to the test. that wasn't me just yet. i needed to start with the basics. i headed into the woods to meet survival guru shane hobo and learn the rules about roughing it. >> what are you going to teach me today? >> there are four basic steps. shelter, water, fire, food. so, we're going to start with shelter. >> i was thinking food but -- actually, now that it's raining, maybe we should start with shelter.
>> this is what's known as a debris hut. the trick is, it is very small, low lying. we shouldn't be able to sit up in this shelter. >> living in new york, i was used to small spaces but this was my first time building a home out of sticks, mud and moss. >> shelter -- check. >> reporter: getting thirsty, i wondered -- what does a girl have to do to get a drink around here? apparently, you have to dig a hole, cut a water bottle in half, cover it with a garbage bag and wait until morning. >> the earth will evacuate that water moisture in the term of vapor. has no place to go. it's trapped inside the hole. >> that's what the rock does, it directs it into the cup. >> correct. >> why do i even buy bottled water when i can drink like this? using three sticks and a few bandanas, shane tried to teach me to how filter rainwater, but i got a little distracted. >> are the bugs getting you? >> i'm okay. >> reporter: next on my checklist -- fire. whoa, whoa, whoa! what's happening? rubbing two sticks together we
created coal and placed it in the tinder made out of bark. >> yeah! nice! there it is. now we clearly want to be out of the -- >> no, i want to be in it because it is giving me bug repellant. >> reporter: i learned that smoke is a natural bug repellant. so of course i bathed in it. and finally, food. we were going vegetarian. sampling a plant called the soldier's foot? >> so it's a very rich green. it's a hearty green. got a little bitter snap to it. >> lot of bitter snap to it. i promise i will take these lessons with me. but my five things i pack are food, food, food, food and more food. so i brought something -- >> woman after my own heart. >> don't leave home without them. >> ow! it's still on fire! >> so crazy.
♪ we're back with a special hour we're calling "protect yourself today," talking about one of the biggest problems we face these days -- identity theft. >> it can be costly to correct both in time and money and it can happen when you least expect it or even happen to your kids. >> how do you keep your identity from being ripped off? jim is a cyber security expert. remember good to see you. >> he looks very smart. >> yeah. something tells me we better listen to you. >> sure, why not? >> okay. >> sometimes you know when someone's broken into your home, obviously things are missing. but other times you would have no idea. explain that. >> criminals actually pick a lock on your home, go into your house, then use your cell phone, start taking pictures of confidential documents, find irs
tax filings, loan apps, social security cards, take the pictures of things and then leave your house. you never know they've been there. and then you're a victim of identity theft. you'd probably notice in a couple of months. you have to get defaulted on those accounts. >> to unring that bell, how long can that take? >> several months to several years. >> how do you get your credit rating during that time? >> it's terrible. that's the problem, it is destroyed. if you're trying to do anything -- buy a new house, refinance -- good luck. >> so pervasive too. this happens all the time. >> and it's so creepy. >> talk about vacation rentals. you go online, craigslist somewhere and you see, i might like to rent that home. how can that be a trap? >> sure. these criminals will post ads and say we're renting this house vacation home, maybe a san diego beach house and you want to rent it for a week.
the reality is they don't own the home or have anything to do with it. they just posted it online. in reality you aren't getting anything. they'll have you make a down payment or steal your information. >> your information. say we need to do a credit check on you before you can rent the house. they get your name and your social security number. >> how can you tell if they're legitimate. >> that one is hard. do research on the phone number that's listed in the ad. type that into google. i know don't like google. >> it's not they don't like it. but the reverse tone thing is good. >> yes. it is really important. >> if they have a no identification i.d. they're blocking it -- >> yeah. sometimes they won't give a phone number. an e-mail address only. that's a big sign. don't pay with cash. never just wire money to something like this. >> the exact opposite of everything my father taught me! >> sometimes people go on vacation, they like to post photos, we're enjoying the bahamas, having fun at the cape -- >> wait until you get home. >> yes! you're basically saying please rob my house.
>> they don't know if somebody's staying at your house while you're gone or you have adt. >> that's true but it is worth taking a shot. >> a lot of people like to be on the do-not-call registry but sometimes that's a trap too. >> criminals have started this lately, they'll call you up and say we'll help you get on the do not call list or we'll update your information. they pretend they're with the government. to do this we need your name, address and social security number. people are falling for this left and right. >> because they're sick of phone calls at dinner. >> if they're doing that, go to donotcall.gov. the website. that's the best way to get on there. >> we did that, they still call. >> this is probably most important for people at home -- your shopping online. >> hoda. >> i do that a lot. is your stuff secure when you do that? >> if you're going to a legitimate company it is secure. sometimes you don't know if the company -- you find a really great deal from some unknown place.
the best thing to do, actually search the domain name on google or wherever and see what comes back. if you don't see anything at all, it probably doesn't exist. if it has a bunch of information about people talking about it, good or bad -- >> with you reputable ones are fine. like a nordstrom's or gap. >> and the elderly are at risk. >> because they don't understand the technology. so they'll fall victim to it. >> that's me, elderly and i don't understand the technology. that's when you're supposed to say, oh, you look great -- never mind! thank you very, very much. the gadgets and goodies that will keep your family safe and sound wherever they may roam. >> you're fine, sweetheart. really. uh-oh! guess what day it is?? guess what day it is! huh...anybody? julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me. mike mike mike mike mike... what day is it mike? ha ha ha ha ha ha! leslie, guess what today is? it's hump day. whoot whoot! ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico?
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vacation, safety chick, we love her, kathleen beatty has items you won't want to leave home without. >> how are you? >> you always bring us the best stuff. >> yes you do. so what's cooking, good lookin'? >> it's really important to think ahead. depending what vacation you are taking, you need certain things. this is a portable safe from packsafe.com. a lot of times hotels don't have safes. this is just thinking ahead, putting your valuables in here. you lock it to your -- something in the room, like a bed post -- >> they could take it. >> that's why you have the chain and the lock. >> i have to keep you honest. have your radio frequency i.d. everything we have, credit cards, driver's license, passports has a bar code on them with all our personal information. now identity thieves can download a scanner on their cell phones and within five to ten feet can see right through and get all your personal information. >> see right through! through clothing and through -- >> yes. with the scanner. pack safe once again has wallet
covers, wallets, passports, purses, everything, impenetrable. >> wow. >> move on to wi-fi -- >> can you believe we live in a world like this? >> wi-fi is one of the ones i pick up a freebie whenever i can. >> exactly. listen. free wi-fi say hacker's dream. simpler, safest way to surf the internet when you're on vacation. get your own personal hotspot. >> there's no room in my purse for that. >> you can do it on your cell phone. >> how much is that? >> it varies from company to company but it is very cost effective. i do that everywhere. that's mine. >> you carry it with you. >> stack it up against your identity, it's worth it. >> when you are at a hotel if you use a hotel computer, close out of your e-mail and all documents that you pull up, erase them. >> but they're still there in cyberspace. i know that. somebody could find them. >> yes, they are. >> thank you. cruise ships. there was a study done that you are twice as likely -- twice as likely to be a victim of a
sexual assault on a cruise ship than on land. i think it is because -- no, i think it is because people have a false sense of security when they get on a cruise ship. >> there's a lot of drinking. >> that's right. there's a lot of drinking. drink safe technology has these date rape coasters that test for ghb and keta mine. the two top date rape drugs. you keep this in your purse. >> show us how it works. >> i can't, because i don't have the straw. how it works, you take a drop and you put it on each test pad. if the test pad turns blue, your drink's been tampered with and you need to get to a hospital immediately. get help immediately. >> scary. >> moving forward. >> in the hotel, kids, toddlers. i can't tell you how many times i begin taking a shower and my kids would be out the front door. the latches and doorknobs, when you unlock them it unlocks the dead bolts on a hotel room. this is a door anchor from familytravelkits.com. a door anchor that makes the door hard to open and the kids can't get out.
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take a bite out of this -- find out which foods best protect your health. >> which one of us knows more about them? we go head-to-head. right after this. >> alex wilson with your seven-day forecast. look for showers and rumbles of thunder for the southeast coast. dry out around new york city after days of rain. we'll be watching for showers up into the pacific northwest. severe weather possible through the plains. the western plains. up into montana we'll also watch for some stronger severe storms as well. temps hot in the southwest, cool in seattle with the rain showers, around 63 degrees for your high. temps in the 80s around d.c., atlanta. new orleans, upper 80s. tomorrow some showers into florida, storms throughout mid part of the country, also up
towards minneapolis, the northern plains area, could see some showers and of course the pacific northwest will continue to say rain showers as well. temps around 67 in san francisco, 74 in l.a., 92 in colorado, things stay hot into parts of the west. 87 in louisville, 84 for chicago, illinois. the chicago area could see showers on friday. highs, 87. 84 in the nation's capital. on saturday, showers work into parts of florida. watch for showers and storms into the minneapolis area. temps near 90 in kansas stearks right at 90 degrees in denver. 95 for albuquerque, new mexico. by the end of the weekend, still showers in seattle, also parts of florida. temperatures will stay warm around louisville, chicago, upper 80s for those areas, mid
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we are back with more advice on how to protect yourself. now it is time to take a look at the best foods you can eat to protect your health. >> whether diabetes or high blood pressure, you can cut your risks for a lot of diseases by eating or drinking the right things. author of "the calendar diet" is here to put us to the test. we are ready to play. >> we are, and i'm handcuffing you before we get started because we're talking about protection. >> careful. >> now i can't get pregnant. >> here we go. ladies, ready. first question -- which of these spices can reduce your risk of arthritis?
rosemary, cinnamon or curry. >> i was first. curry. >> you're 100% right. curry is a very powerful anti-inflammatory. >> did you know that? >> guess. >> great guess. moving on. which of these foods can help reduce cholesterol by up to 30%? oats, almonds, tofu, okra or all of the above. >> oh, that was tricky. >> all of the above. >> that's not fair. >> that's correct too. >> you didn't even know that was an option. >> until then, i was going to say almonds. >> with the combination, 30%, that's a popular cholesterol lowering drug. >> replacing white rice with whole grains like quinoa and barley can reduce your risk of diabetes by what percentage? 14%, 24%, or 34%?
>> 24%. >> wrong. >> 34%. >> 34%. just making that one switch -- that's pretty impressive. right. >> that is impressive. >> eat more whole grains. next question -- don't try to move to the wine too fast. which vitamin is more commonly deficient in people who are overweight -- vitamin c, vitamin d or b-12. >> b-12. >> wrong answer. >> d. >> that's right. because vitamin d is actually stored in our fat. if you have more fat, they're less in your blood stream. >> why do i take extra then? >> because as you age your ability to convert it in the skin also decreases. >> careful. >> as you barely age -- okay. true or false. excess alcohol consumption can increase your risk breast cancer. >> true. >> we got that one right. >> that was me. i got it. i rang in first.
>> more than three drinks a week incrses the risk by 15%. if you have a family history of breast cancer, you have to cut back. sorry to say. which food combinations protect your eyesight -- spinach and avocado, salmon and carrots, oysters and eggs or all of the above. >> all of the above. oysters. >> you can't say that. i'm going to say even though it is probably not right, carrots and salmon. >> actually, it is all of the above. we know that carrots are good for your eyes. great sources of beta carotene. spinach also has beta carotene. avocado has lutein. >> salmon, zinc. >> we only have time for the tiebreaker. >> which type of red wine is highest in phyto nutrients that protect the heart? pinot noir, cabernet or shiraz. >> pinot noir. >> do you know why?
>> no. >> because actually the phyto nutrients protect the plants and pinot grapes are the hardest to grow so they need the most protection. >> kath won. i got three, she got four. >> here is your grand prize. >> how does it feel? >> i'm overwhelmed. >> thank you very much. hoda and i are going to learn to kick a little you know what when we come back. >> i want this off. ♪
♪ >> we are wrapping up our special hour of protect yourself today with some self-defense moves to help you fight back. >> self-defense moves every woman should know. here to teach us are defense experts steveyardian and gabrielle ruben, founder of the female self-defense program. it is one of those things that you actually project some kind
of an image when you are walking down the street, whether you are a target or sort of strong. >> does it have a lot do with confidence? >> absolutely. >> one of the most important things that i could teach a young woman is to put them in touch with their good gifted intuition. we all have it. you often put it aside. >> you feel something bad's happening. >> we don't want to be rude or hurt people's feelings. >> in every society men are more violent than women, therefore women have a better gift of intuition. other thing to do is create a plan, blueprint, of everything that can go wrong in your life. in law enforcement we call it visualization. in the military they call it imaging. what you want to do when you create that, i am walking to my car, someone is walking at me, create a file for that. >> is it how you walk? is that part of it? people listen to headphones. >> they're texting while they're walking. >> bad guys aren't looking for a type so much as a target. we can avoid that by not as much as we love our phones, not using it out on the street because they love that element of surprise. we can't hear a bad guy approaching us at all if you're on our phones. >> or have headphones on.
>> when you're walking is there any way you can carry yourself that will make someone less likely -- >> confidence is a huge deterrent for a bad guy. don't be afraid to make eye contact. if anything, let him know i know what you look, i could pick you out of a lineup. >> yeah, but that gives him a reason to kill you. >> there's a difference between looking at one or doing this. >> give us tips of some things we can do. one, if someone is approaching you from behind, what do you call it, kicking your own butt, what is that? >> since are you both wearing heels and we don't have the luxury of changing on the street, use what you have. if someone comes up behind you, we tend to focus, it's being grabbed. as opposed to focusing on what's free. if she were to kick from her own butt, kick up your heel, you would hurt the bad guy, hit their chin, hit their knee, possibly their groin. >> grind his instep.
>> touch my heel and drive it all the way down to the floor. >> i don't want to because i don't want to hurt you. >> what about our vocal chords? >> scream and attract attention. you can't rely on somebody coming to your aid, but the bad guy doesn't know that. let us watch you all. show us a couple of scenarios. >> rear blitz. common. gabrielle, i'm going to grab her, her arms come up, she'll step and turn into me and throw me down to the ground. >> yes. >> then she's going to kick the crap out of you. >> what if you're a lot smaller than your attacker. >> it doesn't matter on size. just depends on the situation. >> we just have a couple of seconds. we just want to say thanks, you guys. >> she doesn't want to get on the mat. >> guess who is going to be here tomorrow? >> kid rock is going to be here tomorrow. and elvis duran shows off his artist of the month. make sure your kids get enough sleep. >> have a great booze day tuesday. >> those are our favorite days.
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